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Old 07-01-2010, 05:41 AM   #1
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Default Best pipe for mugen ninja jx on truggy

I run at 3 tracks. One is tighter and technical with jumps out of corners. The other 2 are more open but still jumps out of corners.
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Old 07-01-2010, 07:00 AM   #2
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ninja pipe or os 2060, expensive but nice.
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+ 1 The TTr 2035 is also ok with extra head shim also increases run time and top end....and does not affect bottom end too much we did not notice any change as a matter of fact...
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What other pipes?
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Have you tried a Losi RE-11? I could consistently run 12-14minutes and plenty of power. The RE-11 is basically identical to an OS 2050, but at a fraction of the price.
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Old 07-01-2010, 07:40 AM   #6
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The pipes I would consider have all been listed. OS 2050, OS 2060 or TTR/AE 2035 should all get the job done. OS 2050 would be my first choice. It's also very durable.
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I guess what i'm trying to figure out is this. I can get a werks b5 and werks 2013 pipe for $300 bucks. I can get a ninja for $299 plus a pipe. If everyone was telling me the best pipe for the ninja was like a 50 or 60 dollar pipe i'd go with the ninja. I hear a lot of good things about the werks b5 however that is only on rctech. I have NEVER seen anyone with one at my local tracks. I also hear the 2010 carb bind sometimes. I have that problem now with my POS losi 454 and don't want that to happen with a new motor.
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I guess what i'm trying to figure out is this. I can get a werks b5 and werks 2013 pipe for $300 bucks. I can get a ninja for $299 plus a pipe. If everyone was telling me the best pipe for the ninja was like a 50 or 60 dollar pipe i'd go with the ninja. I hear a lot of good things about the werks b5 however that is only on rctech. I have NEVER seen anyone with one at my local tracks. I also hear the 2010 carb bind sometimes. I have that problem now with my POS losi 454 and don't want that to happen with a new motor.
the ae 2035 is under $50. The dynamite 053 works very good on it too
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Wouldn't i need a pipe that increases low end for truggy based on the tracks i described? Am i over thinking a pipe? The B5 THE pipe for truggy is werks 2013. Guess i'm looking for THE pipe for ninja on a truggy that isn't 150 bucks!
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The re-11 has PLENTY of bottom and top end for the ninja. As others have recommended the 2050, the re-11 is identical except made by Losi, is black and it roughly $65.

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...-System-T-2050

If you wanted to go with the 2060, they make a pipe similiar as well for $65 as well:

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...Exhaust-System
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THE pipe for the JX is either the 2050 or the 2060. If you don't need top end and need bottom get the 2050. You could use the Losi RE-11 as it is the same thing as the 2050 for a fraction of the price. No real replacement for the 2060 although the RE-10 is a good alternative.
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What other pipes?
Os 2060 hands down I have both of them and the 2050 pipe has a lot of low end punch but not that great at top end, The 2060 has the bottom end you will be looking for and the top end power. I also use the Novarossi (Super Strong) EFRA 9901 One Piece Tuned Pipe
and the NOVAROSSI OFF ROAD SHORT MANIFOLD 41021
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If you are looking for that punch out of the corner then go with the 2050. The 2060 is a well rounded pipe, smoother and more top. The 2050 hits hard on the bottom but your fuel mileage will suffer a little bit. IMO those are the only 2 pipes I would run.
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I'd be willing to sell you one of my RE-11's for a good price. Let me know i'll see you at the track soon i'm sure.
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If you are looking for that punch out of the corner then go with the 2050. The 2060 is a well rounded pipe, smoother and more top. The 2050 hits hard on the bottom but your fuel mileage will suffer a little bit. IMO those are the only 2 pipes I would run.
X2. I prefer the 2060 myself. If you need a cheaper alternative the losi RE10 isn't bad. Almost the same performance as the 2060 for a fraction of the price. RE11 is the same as the 2050, so if you're looking to go that route, you can save some money and have the exact same pipe. Other options would be the AE 2035 or Dynamite 053.
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